It was a lot of work, but I made a dry embossed Christmas card for almost all my friends and family this year. I sent out about 40-50 cards. I have wanted to do this in previous years, but embossing takes a lot longer than just stamping a card. I just ran out of time the last couple years. This year I chose a couple of simple designs and mass produced a few different card designs.
In November, I signed up for a card crop at Scrapbooks Plus, and they had card kits you could buy. A copy of the card sample was included, and all the paper and ribbon you needed to make 8-10 cards. I bought several kits and spent an entire day there working on my dry embossed cards. This is one of the cards I made there. I changed the design a little from what was given in the kit. I was hoping to send out cards that were flat to save some money but it didn't work out that way. I almost always use foam tape with my embossing to give the images some dimension.I used two different Lasting Impressions templates for this card (the dog is one template and the winter hat is another template). Hope you're having a great week!